What do your clothes say about you?

By Niki Amariotaki, Ismini Zgolimpi & Anastasia Ntokou

pant suit

Everyone knows first impressions are everything. Some people could care less about what they wear and how they keep up with themselves, but for fashion savvy individuals, clothing and styles are everything. Do you think what you wear on a daily basis or to a job interview accurately portrays your personality, or do you not think what you wear really matters? According to a survey that we conducted among 100 women with their ages ranging from 21 to 64 years, the majority of women, or 96%, “believed that what they wear affects how confident they feel,”


To begin with, women who are depressed or sad are more likely to wear baggy tops, jeans, and sweatshirts or jumpers. Likewise, most of the women that exhibited insecurities and low self-esteem prefer clothes that do not attract people’s attention.  On the contrary, women who are happy or positive are more likely to wear a favourite dress, jewellery, and jeans. Additionally, those who wear many layers of clothes are thought to be more complex, considering that each layer of clothing represents another layer of personality.


What is more, women who listened to rock or more unique kind of music, went for darker clothes with quotes, mostly regarding a band. On the other hand, the more sophisticated ones, who preferred classical music dressed more ladylike with pantsuits and skirts.


It is comprehensible after all that our style can provide valuable insight into our behaviour, our insecurities and our interests. So perhaps the best way to get to know ourselves and explore the complexity of the human nature, go shopping!


 rock style